Posted by Diya on August 21, 2010 in How To,Mac

Now-a-days Mac comes installed with a version of Quicktime, which is Quicktime Player, also referred as Quicktime X. If you want to upgrade to Quicktime Pro, you need to have Quicktime 7 (as you can notice that it is a lower version that Quicktime X). If you try to download Quicktime 7 from Apple website and install the package, you’d get a message like “can’t be installed on this disk (or any disk) because Quicktime X is alreadRead More...

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Posted by Diya on August 14, 2010 in Apple,How To,Mac

Since most of the users use PC, they seem to remember the command ipconfig, which gives your IP address. This command can be run by going to Start -> Run -> Type cmd This will open a MS-DOS command prompt. The procedure to find ip address on mac is slightly different : Go To : Finder -> Utilities -> Terminal In the Terminal window prompt, type ifconfig <ret> The IP addresses will appear in the line that starts with “inet&Read More...

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